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Two Little Boys and the Snake : a south sea island story yarn / Jacqui Wright, Wimbis Francis
Bib ID 221906
Format BookBook
Author
Wright, Jacqui
 
Description Gin Gin, Qld. : Wimbis & Wright, 1997 
19 p. ; ills., ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 095851870X
Summary

Story of two boys captured by a snake and how the wiseman outwitted the snake ; includes brief information on South Sea Island people in Australia.

Subjects Stories and motifs - Snakes.  |  Stories and motifs.  |  Indigenous peoples - Pacific - Kanakas.
Other authors/contributors Wimbis, Francis
Available From PO Box 198 Gin Gin QLD 4671 

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